Dominic Thiem is back in the top 100 in the world rankings. Austria’s tennis ace is in exactly 100th place after the ATP announced the award of 31 points earned earlier. Dominic Thiem announced at a press conference in Vienna on Thursday that the ATP season was over for him. On Sunday he confirmed his decision again on social media. Now the full focus is on 2023, where he “wants to come back as a machine”. The Australian Open is already on the program for the Lower Austrian in January. Before that he completed exhibition tournaments in Saudi Arabia and Dubai.
After his victory at the Erste Bank Open on Sunday, Russian Daniil Medvedev improved to third place. Basel winner Felix Auger-Aliassime is at his career high at eight, the Canadian is the player of the hour with three tournament wins in three weeks.
The Austrian doubles Alexander Erler and Lucas Miedler moved up 25 and 26 places respectively to places 50 and 55 after their triumph in the Stadthalle. The Tyrolean and the Lower Austrian are Austria’s numbers one and two in doubles, Philipp Oswald from Vorarlberg remained in position 72 after his quarter-final out at the home tournament.